1 edition of Evaluation of cold environments found in the catalog.
Evaluation of cold environments
|Other titles||Evaluation des ambiances froides.|
|Statement||[prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 159, Ergonomics, Sub-Committee SC5, Ergonomics of the physical environments].|
|Series||Technical report -- ISO TR 11079., Technical report (International Organization for Standardization) -- ISO/TR 11079.|
|Contributions||Technical Committee ISO/TC 159, Ergonomics. Sub-Committee SC5, Ergonomics of the physical environments., International Organization for Standardization.|
|LC Classifications||TS1450 .E93 1993, TS1450 .E93 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
Ergonomics of the thermal environment. Guide to design and evaluation of working practices for cold indoor environments: Status: Confirmed, Current: Publication Date: 15 November Confirm Date: 01 May Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard) No other standards are normatively referenced. Environments are assessed and environmental limits defined often only in terms of air temperature, which is insufficient; in most situations the interaction of air temperature with five other factors - radiant temperature; humidity; air movement; activity-generated metabolic heat; and clothing is central to that environment's evaluation.; In this book, Ken Parsons focuses on the principles and. The Distribution of Cold Environments Over 25% of the surface of our planet can be said to have a cold environment, but defining what we actually mean by that can be very challenging. This is because cold environments vary so much across the globe in nat ure and are subject to change over Size: KB. Harsh environments are a reality of military operations. Conducting operations in these U.S. environments exposes Soldiers to extremes of heat or cold, high altitude environments, endemic diseases, food- and waterborne disease, hazardous pests File Size: KB.
Tipton, M, Pandolf, K, Sawka, M, Werner, J & Taylor, N , Physiological adaptation to hot and cold environments. in N Taylor, H Groeller & P McLennan (eds), Physiological bases of human performance during work and exercise. Churchill Livingstone, pp. Cited by:
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Proposes methods and strategies to assess the thermal stress associated with exposure to cold environments. Cold stress is suggested to be evaluated in terms of both general cooling of the body and local cooling of particular parts of the body (e.g.
extremities and face).Category: w. The present work is dedicated to the study of occupational cold environments in food distribution industrial units. Field measurements and a subjective assessment based on an individual questionnaire were considered.
The survey was carried out in 5 Portuguese companies. Cited by: 7. Evaluation of Occupational Cold Environments: Field Measurements and Subjective Analysis A.
Virgílio M. OLIVEIRA1, 2*, Adélio R. GASPAR1, António M. RAIMUNDO1 and Divo A. QUINTELA1 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Coimbra Institute of Engineering. Evaluation of Occupational Cold Environments: Field Evaluation of cold environments book and Subjective Analysis Article (PDF Available) in Industrial Health 52(3) February with Reads.
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Evaluation of Occupational Cold Environments: Field Measurements and Subjective Analysis A. Virgílio M. OLIVEIRA, 1, 2, * Adélio R. GASPAR, 1 António M.
RAIMUNDO, 1 and Divo A. QUINTELA 1 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal. The present work is dedicated to the study of occupational cold environments in food distribution industrial units.
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Evaluation of Vegetation Restoration along an Expressway in a Cold, Arid, and Desertified Area of China. by Chunfeng Jia 1,2,3, Bao-ping Sun 1,*, Xinxiao Yu 1 and Xiaohui Yang 4. School of Soil and Water Conservation Beijing Forestry University, BeijingChina. by: 1. The evaluation was done in cold and thermal neutral environment under controlled conditions in laboratory.
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Many persons world wide are exposed to cold environments, either indoors for example in cold stores, or outdoors. Cold is a hazard to health and may affect safety and performance of work. Novel materials have been recently developed for coping with various environmental factors.
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The present work is dedicated to the study of cold thermal environments in food distribution industrial units through a subjective assessment based on an individual questionnaire which aims to. Human Thermal Environments: The Effects of Hot, Moderate, and Cold Environments on Human Health, Comfort and Performance, Second Edition - CRC Press Book Our responses to our thermal environment have a considerable effect on our performance and behavior, not least in the realm of work.
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Human Thermal Environments: The Effects of Hot, Moderate, and Cold Environments on Human Health, Comfort and PerformanceCited by: Contact: Stephanie Stevens () New report outlines recommendations to keep workers safe and comfortable. In a new report, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) outlines recommendations to improve thermal comfort of employees who work in moderately cold environments such as food preparation workers who may spend 8 hours or more in.
Cold Regions Utilities Monograph introduces the basic principles of environmental engineering in cold regions, where long period of extremely low temperatures, frozen ground conditions, small populations, and limited access pose significant engineering challenges.
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Cold environments contain valuableFile Size: 54KB. Wilderness areas and cold environments. Wilderness area - A natural environment that has not been significantly modified by human activity.
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In Cited by: 1. Ind Health. Jul;47(3) Evaluation of cold workplaces: an overview of standards for assessment of cold stress. Holmér I(1). Author information: (1)Thermal Environment Laboratory, Department of Design Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University, Lund, Sweden.
Many persons world wide are exposed to cold environments, either indoors for example in cold stores, or by:. Pdf in cold environments can involve several adverse effects on human performance and health: thermal discomfort, increased strain, decreased performance and cold-related diseases and injuries.
Cold can also interfere with several other factors in the workplace, modifying or aggravating the risk of common hazards and increasing the risk of.Evaluation of cold environments methods and standards. Holmér, Ingvar.
Responsible organisation. Swedish Polar Research Secretariat. (English) In: Work Cold Environments / [ed] Holmér, Ingvar, p. Chapter in book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Solna: Arbetsmiljöinstitutet,p.
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